The Left-Liberati (Left and the so-called Liberals) have always shown duplicity. The latest attempt is their crying rivers in the Contempt Case against noted lawyer Prashant Bhushan. After a Supreme Court bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra (who is always blamed by these uncouth) found Prashant Bhushan guilty of Contempt of Court all started crying and started their old drama of ‘eminent persons’ mass petition signing against the verdict. But here the question arises as to where these fellows were when noted Financial Analyst, Editor and Right Winger S Gurumurthy was facing two contempt charges for criticizing Justice Muralidhar? Many wanted to see Gurumurthy in jail and now when the shoe is on the other foot, they cry rivers. Duplicity does not even start describing these uncouth elements.
What were the contempt charges initiated against Gurumurthy? He raised objections on Justice Muralidhar, who is known to the corrupt and accused former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, hearing his son Karti’s petitions against the agencies. Gurumurthy tweeted that once upon a time, Justice Muralidhar was Chidambaram’s Junior Advocate. Technically Muralidhar was not but all knew that; it is also true that Muralidhar knew Chidambaram and his wife Nalini very well. Some advocates’ association filed a complaint leading to a Contempt case. Somehow this case ended. Ideally, Justice Muralidhar should have recused himself when a petition of Karti came before him as he knew his family very well. Later this petition was taken over by the Supreme Court after the agencies challenged.
I understand Justice Muralidharan called both side lawyers & told them that he was never PC junior. He felt sad judges have no protection against social media wrong news. Judges need it. I have deleted the tweet asking whether he was PC junior. https://t.co/EhsoIsvMXo
— S Gurumurthy (@sgurumurthy) March 12, 2018
What was the second case against Gurumurthy? He tweeted against Justice Muralidhar entertaining National Investigation Agency (NIA) accused – now in jail – Gautam Navlakha’s petitions. Navlakha, an uncouth Urban Naxal, famous for his anti-India activities is a very close associate of Justice Muralidhar’s wife Usha Ramanathan. She is also a big supporter of Urban Naxals. That case also ended and Justice Muralidhar is now transferred out of Delhi High Court. Many so-called Liberal and Left uncouth were demanding jail for Gurumurthy. Now they cry for Prashant Bhushan.
Gurumurthy did not abuse any Judge. He just raised some questions on the Judge’s proximity with the petitioners or accused which is known to all and now out in public domain. Prashant Bhushan is a noted lawyer and officer of the court, was simply abusive in his tweets. There is no doubt that Prashant Bhushan is a good public-spirited lawyer. But that does not give him the freedom to abuse Judges or question their credibility. Prashant Bhushan was already fined Rs.25 lakhs earlier for playing tantrums and using malicious and wrong allegations against the then Chief Justice Dipak Misra. He is yet to pay that fine. He and his coterie can’t abuse, shoot, and scoot. Let us wait on what the Supreme Court decides on the quantum of punishment on Prashant Bhushan. Law is above all. Nobody cares the Left and so-called Liberal networks. Let them sign any number of petitions and let the law take its’ own course of action. None is above the law.
 Noted lawyer Prashant Bhushan falls flat on young lawyer Mehek Maheshwari’s case on Contempt of Court – Aug 15, 2020, PGurus.com
 Court Raps S Gurumurthy for Falsely Linking Judge to Chidambaram – Mar 14, 2018, The Quint
 Delhi High Court seeks NIA’s response on Gautam Navlakha’s bail plea – May 22, 2020, The Hindu
 SC dismisses NGO plea vs imposition of Rs 25 lakh cost – July 18, 2018, Deccan Herald
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